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  • Drug Overdose Facts
  • Prescription opiate abuse, particularly in relation to drugs such as OxyContin, is responsible for a large percentage of the increase in the rates of drug overdoses throughout the United States today.
  • Common side effects associated with Bath Salts as similar to that of cocaine, with users sometimes experiencing convulsions, high blood pressure, heart attacks and even death.
  • During 2008, there were 1,476 Federal offenders sentenced for heroin-related charges in U.S. Courts.
  • A great number of athletes use anabolic steroids to help improve their ability to run faster, hit farther, lift heavier weights, or have more endurance.
  • Inhalant users sometimes suffer a high rate of relapse in comparison to the use of other illicit drugs.
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Detox for Methadone

Methadone detoxification is a process which should be overseen by drug addiction professionals within a drug rehabilitation program who realize how challenging and difficult methadone detox can be. Methadone detox is known to be far more severe in terms of symptoms and duration than even heroin detox, and individuals typically revert back to methadone to alleviate withdrawal symptoms or, worse yet, turn to heroin or prescription opioids to ease symptoms. This is why methadone detoxification must only be done under close supervision at a drug treatment facility which has practical experience in handling this type of detoxification, and where the person can receive additional rehabilitation services to handle all addiction issues.

Detox for Methadone category listings in Whitefish, Montana:

  • Community Medical Services
    18.9 miles from Whitefish, Montana
    Community Medical Services is a Drug Abuse Treatment Center that is located at:

    795 Sunset Boulevard
    Kalispell, MT. 59901
    406-206-3885

    Treatment Services: Substance Abuse Programs, Detoxification, Detox for Methadone, Outpatient Treatment
    Payment Options: Self Pay (Out of Pocket)
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